Crockpot Peanut Clusters Recipe is a simple dessert idea with only 5 ingredients. The crock pot does all the work and the results are amazing and delicious chocolate candy.
Crockpot Peanut Clusters Recipe
You won’t believe how easy this chocolate covered peanut candy is to make. It is one of the easiest treats and so tasty.
The chocolate combined with the peanut butter and all of those peanuts really make a decadent dessert everyone will love. Crockpot peanut clusters recipe takes hardly any effort to make but is perfect for holiday gifts.
Once you find out how amazing this candy is and how easy it is thanks to the crock pot, you will make this all the time! You can’t go wrong with this recipe.
The recipe calls for a couple of different types of chocolate and they all combine for such a delicious treat. The white chocolate and the milk chocolate taste amazing together with the peanut butter chips.
It is one of the absolute best desserts and you are going to go crazy over these. Seriously! They are that delicious and amazing!
The crock pot makes chocolate peanut clusters so easy!
Sometimes I shy away from desserts because I just don’t have the time to stand over a stove or mess with a lot of ingredients. If you are having a busy week or one of those days, this is the perfect recipe to make because it requires hardly any work.
You just throw everything in the crock pot. This is probably one of the easiest chocolate candy recipes I have ever made and it tastes out of this world!
If you love the slow cooker like we do around here, why not make dessert in it? This is such a great recipe and oh so tasty.
You can’t eat just one because they are so delicious. Let’s get started!
Make sure you have a good crock pot to make homemade chocolate peanut clusters.
We love this programmable crock pot and it is so handy. You can set it for the time you want it to cook and not worry about overcooking anything.
This feature is a real life saver. If you are in the market for a new slow cooker, I would definitely check out one of the programmable models.
I also like to use crock pot liners to make clean up a breeze. These are worth every penny and save a ton of time.
If you don’t like to scrub a crock pot, definitely get some liners! We are all about keeping things simple and making life easier around here.
What ingredients do you need to make crockpot peanut clusters:
- lightly salted peanuts
- semisweet chocolate chips
- milk chocolate chips
- peanut butter chips
- white almond bark
With just a few simple ingredients, you can make an amazing chocolate candy recipe sure to impress. It is so simple!
How to make slow cooker peanut clusters:
Layer all the ingredients in a crock pot with the almond bark on top.
Cook on low. It only takes an hour!
Stir every 15-20 minutes to ensure that chocolate does not burn on the bottom of the crock pot.
Don’t skip this step!
Once all ingredients are melted, stir thoroughly to combine.
Use a spoon or a cookie scoop to scoop clusters onto a cookie sheet lined with wax paper or parchment paper.
Put in the refrigerator or all them to sit at room temperature until the chocolate has completely set. It usually takes about 1-2 hours.
Keep reading for the full recipe. It is so easy that anyone can make chocolate candy!
How to store chocolate peanut clusters:
Store the clusters in an airtight container or ziplock bag in the refrigerator. Enjoy!
Tip for making crock pot chocolate peanut clusters:
We like to use a cookie scoop to make these peanut clusters. It just makes it so much easier.
Plus, it saves so much time on spooning out the chocolate candy. I also like that it makes each one the same size and they are more uniform.
Also, they are not expensive. Amazon has some cookie scoops for very cheap.
I bought the three pack, so I can use the smaller two for recipes like this and then the bigger one to fill up cupcakes. They will get a ton of use and you will be glad you bought them.
Give this Crockpot peanut clusters recipe a try!
You are going to love how rich and decadent these milk chocolate peanut clusters taste. The nut clusters are so delicious and everyone loves when I make these.
The crock pot makes this peanut cluster recipe so very simple and perfect for gifts. You can easily make a bunch of these with very little expense or time.
I love to make treats for friends and family but sometimes time and money just make it difficult. Now, thanks to this easy and frugal recipe, I can make lots of Crockpot peanut clusters to give as holiday gifts and more!
Print this chocolate peanut clusters recipe below:
Crockpot Peanut Clusters Recipe is a simple dessert idea with only 5 ingredients. The crock pot does all the work and the results are tasty chocolate candy.
- (2) 16 oz containers of lightly salted peanuts
- 12 oz semisweet chocolate chips
- 12 oz milk chocolate chips
- 12 oz peanut butter chips
- 24 oz white almond bark - broke into squares
- Layer all the ingredients in a crock pot with the almond bark on top.
- Cook on low for 1 hour.
- Stir every 15-20 minutes to ensure that chocolate does not burn on the bottom of the crock pot.
- Once all ingredients are melted, stir thoroughly to combine.
- Use a spoon or a cookie scoop to scoop clusters onto a cookie sheet lined with wax paper or parchment paper. Put in the refrigerator or all them to sit at room temperature until the chocolate has completely set (usually 1-2 hours).
- Store the clusters in a airtight container or ziplock bag in the refrigerator. Enjoy!
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